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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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Figure 5 displays TEM microphotographs of the SBR composites reinforced with 15 phr organoclay at various magnifications.
TEM microphotograph of a PP-Ag NPs compound with 1 wt% of oleic acid-coated Ag NPs shows aggregates of 100 nm X 300 nm, higher than those observed with PVP-coated nanoparticles (Fig.
ESEM microphotographs of cryogenically-fractured surface examinations with 10 and 40% agar, are shown in Fig.
As it can be seen in the microphotographs corresponding to notches of the specimens tested in TD direction (Fig.
Dancer's microphotographs were considered novelties and of no great commercial value although he continued to make them for his friends, fellow scientists and to show at exhibitions.
Microphotographs obtained at 50X and 2000X are presented in Figures 10 and 11
A microscope (Olympus BX-41) with an integrated camera (CoolSNAP-Pro Color) was used to take microphotographs that were digitalized.
Figure 7 presents two microphotographs of LLDPE-based composites containing 20 wt% of CaC[O.
D, Immunohistochemistry microphotographs showing the apoptosis, necrosis and proliferation of cardiomyocytes derived from the left ventricle (white arrows: apoptosis; white asterisk: necrosis; #: proliferation).